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Williamsburg High School 
Williamsburg, Massachusetts 




Contents 

Editorial 3 

Dedication 4 

Seniors 5 

Baby Pictures 6 

Superlatives 12 

Will 15 

History 16 

Prophecy 17 

Faculty 18 

Underclassmen 19 

Activities 23 

Athletics 29 

Candid Glimpses 36 

lumni Notes 40 

dftrtisements 41 





Editorial 



We, the class of 1958, have chosen "Hands at 
Work" as the theme for our yearbook. We realize 
that many hands have worked and sacrificed in 
order that we might become graduates of Williams- 
burg High School. We are grateful first of all to our 
parents for their untiring guidance through the 
years. The class is also grateful to our teachers for 
their outstretched hands and willingness to advise 
and teach us during our school life. Our class also 
acknowledges the helping hands of others in our 
community. This combined effort should help us 
choose the better way of life as we take our various 
places in the world. 

We know that we are charged with a grave re- 
sponsibility. With the launching of space satellites, 
and all their future implications, we realize more 
than ever before that we must extend our hands 
throughout the world in the effort of promoting 
peace. We are cognizant also of the fact that we 
must stretch our hands to those in our own country 
who need our help in the fight against prejudice. 
At no time in the history of our country has this 
challenge been greater. We, the class of 1958, 
accept this challenge to guarantee the future of our 
country. 



Dedication . . . 



To our Mothers and Fathers --whose in- 
terests have been in the improvement of 
our lives --whose love and encouragement 
have been inspirational — and whose never 
ending sacrifices have made possible these 
four years of high school — we respect- 
fully dedicate "The Tattler" of 1958. 

The Class of 1958 





Seniors 



"Living Jewels, 
Dropped Unstained from Heaven" 






Ralmon Black 



Betty Boisvert 






Kathleen Dansereau 




Alice Hathaway 



Sandra Km it 






Elinor Leonard 



Viola McPherson 



Ronald Packard 




Willard Paine 



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John Rice 





Charles Sears 



Freeman Sears 






Terry Smith 



Margaret Snow 



Mary Vayda 




RALMON JON BLACK 
"Rally" 
"The noise of many waters" 
Basketball Manager 1; Driver Education 2; Tattler 
Staff 2,3,4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Science Club 
Director 3,4; Dramatics 4. 



ELIZABETH FLORA BOISVERT 
"Betty" 
"Manner, not gold, is woman's adornment." 
Basketball 2; Basketball Manager 3; Tattler Staff 4; 
Freshman Reception Committee 4; Drivers Education 
3; Glee Club 2,4. 






KATHLEEN MARY DANSEREAU 
"Kate" 
"Still waters run deep." 
Driver Education 2; Glee Club 3,4; Freshman Recep- 
tion Committee 4; Christmas Dance Committee 4; 
Tattler Staff 4. 






RAYMOND LEO GINGRAS 
"Ray" 
"People who make no noise are dangerous." 
Driver Education 3; Prom Committee 3; Freshman 
Reception Committee 4; Christmas Dance Commit- 
tee 4. 





SUZANNE GRAVES 
"Sue" 
"Speech is the index of the mind." 
Basketball 3,4; Driver Education 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; 
Christmas Dance Committee 3,4; Tattler Staff 4; 
Dramatics 4; Glee Club 4; Representative to Driver 
Education Conference 4. 




ALICE IMOGENE HATHAWAY 
"Hatch" 
"A soft answer turneth away wrath." 
Secretary 2,3,4; Vice-President 1; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Driver Education 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Freshman Reception Committee 4; Christmas Dance 
Committee 4; Tattler Staff 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; 
Dramatics 4; D.A.R. Rep. 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Pro 
Merito 3,4. 





SANDRA JOAN KMIT 

"Sandy" 
"Rich in good works. " 
Vice-President 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Co-Captain 4; 
Driver Education 3; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Freshman Reception Committee 4; Christmas Dance 
Committee 3,4; Tattler Staff 4; Dramatics 4; Glee 
Club 1,2,3,4; Pro Merito 3,4. 



ELINOR LOUISE LEONARD 
"Ellie" 
"Sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb." 
Historian 3,4; Cheering 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Dri- 
ver Education 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Fresh- 
man Reception Committee 4; Christmas Dance 
Committee 3,4; Tattler Staff 4; Dramatics 4; Glee 
Club 1,2,3,4. 





viola eva Mcpherson 

"Vi" 
"Full many flower is bom to blush unseen, 
And waste its sweetness on the desert air." 
Class Historian 2; Driver Education 2; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Freshman Reception Committee 4; 
Christmas Dance Committee 4; Glee Club 4. 



RONALD LESLIE PACKARD 
"Ron" 
"Things don't turn up in this world until somebody 
turns them up." 
President 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Driver Education 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Freshman Reception Committee 4; Christmas Dance 
3,4; Tattler Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Library Club 
4; Chairman of Senior Class Sales Project 4; Glee 
Club 1; Pro Merito 3,4. 





WILLARD STUART PAINE 

"Will" 

"Make haste, slowly." 

Driver Education 2; Freshman Reception Committee 

4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 2,3,4. 



JOHN EUJENE RICE 
"Jack" 
"Absent in body, but present in spirit." 
Basketball 1,2; Freshman Reception Committee 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Orchestra 1. 





CHARLES FREEMONT SEARS 
"Chas" 
"Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind." 
President 3; Vice-President 4; Treasurer 1; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Tattler Staff 4; 
Drivers Education 2; Prom Committee 3; Freshman 
Reception Committee 4; Dramatics Club 4; Pro 
Merito 3,4. 



FREEMAN WILLIS SEARS 
"Free" 
"Much wisdom goes with fewest words." 
Driver Education 3. 












MARGARET FRANCES SNOW 
"Peggy" 
"There is a garden in her face 
Where roses white and lilies grow;" 
Vice-President 2; Secretary 1; Treasurer 3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Driver Education 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Tattler Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Glee 
Club 1,2,4. 



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TERRY SUZANNE SMITH 
"Terry" 
"Laugh and the world laughs with you." 
Drivers Education 3; Cheerleader 3,4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Freshman Reception Committee 3,4; 
Tattler Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 
4. 



MARY CARMAN VAYDA 

"Mary" 

"Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths 

are peace." 
Tattler Staff 4; Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2,3, 
4; Driver Education 3; Freshman Reception Com- 
mittee 4. 





SEATED: Alice Hathway, Margaret Snow, Ronald Packard, Elinor Leonard. SECOND ROW: Kathleen 
Dansereau, Willard Payne, Freeman Sears, Ralmon Black, Raymond Gingras, John Rice, Betty Boisvert. 
THIRD ROW: Viola McPherson, Sandra Kmit, Terry Smith, Suzanne Graves. ABSENT: Charles Sears, 
Mary Vayda. 

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Class Dreamers 
Willard Payne John Rice 





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Class Athletes 
Alice Hathaway Mary Vayda 
Charles Sears 



Quietest 

Viola McPherson 

Betty Boisvert 




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Will of the Class of 1958 

WILL OF THE CLASS OF 1958 
We, the graduating class of '58, being sound in mind but weak in body after four years of diligent drudgery, 
hereby bequeath our lowly possessions to the following persons with hopes they treasure them in their hearts. 
ARTICLE I 

SECTION I To Mr. Houle we leave an automatic chair setter for study hall. 
SECTION II To Mrs. Thomas we leave Ralmon's Joke Book to amuse her during dull periods. 
SECTION III To Mrs. Belck we leave the Lab, in a mess in hope that someone can clean it up. 
ARTICLE II 

SECTION I Willard Payne leaves his car to Mr. Branch, so Mrs. Grinnell can ride to school in peace. 
SECTION II Ralmon Black leaves his sideburns to Tim Mosher who is now using black pencil. 
SECTION III Mary Vayda leaves the attendance slips to any junior who wants to collect them. By the looks 
we have many who are eligible. 

SECTION IV Jack Rice leaves his crash helmet to Mr. Tonet to use when he takes out the Driver Education 
students. 

SECTION V Ellie Leonard leaves her walk to school to John Judd who could use the exercise. 

SECTION VI Ronnie Packard leaves his glasses to Glenn Richardson so he can find his way around, but leaves 

this reminder; "Don't put them down or else you won't find them." 
SECTION VII Kathleen Dansereau leaves to Andrea Culver her unblemished driving record. Watch out ! She 

may need it. 

SECTION VIII Sue Graves leaves Russ Damon to some junior girl who needs an excuse for roaming the halls. 
SECTION IX Sandra Kmit leaves her study habits to Gertrude Heath in the hope that they will do some good 
ARTICLE III 

SECTION I The Searses leave Otis to keep charge of the school while they are gone. 

SECTION II The senior members of the Glee Club leave Miss Healy with this one statement: "Better luck 
next year." 

SECTION III The seniors leave a bigger spoon to Mrs. Wells so the seniors next year won't be undernourished. 
SECTION IV We leave Mr. Simm unhurt to next year's seniors. Also we want to remind you to make him 
pay his rent or move him out. 

SECTION V For the Study Hall we leave a guided missile launcher so as to improve in aim the outdated 
airplanes. 
ARTICLE IV 

SECTION I Charlie Sears leaves his way with people to Ronnie Low, along with the axiom; -The country is 
different from the city. 

SECTION II Terry Smith leaves her cheerfulness and common sense to Billy MacAvoy who should watch out 
for those outside doors. 

SECTION III Alice Hathaway leaves her hairdressing kit to Laura Barruss. 

SECTION IV Viola McPherson leaves her quietness to Larry Stout. Remember Larry, a quiet tongue is 
relished by the best of people. 

SECTION V Margaret Snow leaves her winning ways with Mr. Simm to any junior girl who can charm him 
SECTION VI Ray Gingras leaves his slide rule to Larry Ames who might get some use out of it 
SECTION VII Betty Boisvert leaves her quiet shoes to Willy Williston who walks like an elephant. 

Signed and Sealed by 
Class Ghost "Casper" 
And all $50.00 patrons 



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History of the Class of 1958 

A bell rang and twenty -five boys and girls found themselves in freshman room number 6 at Williamsburg High 
School. We were unacquainted with the routine of high school, but within several weeks we fit easily into school 
life at Burgy High. We elected the following officers: President, Ronald Packard; Vice President, Alice Hathaway; 
Secretary, Margaret Snow; Treasurer, Charles Sears; and Historian, Betty Higgins. 

As freshmen we didn't do much but study and try to get good grades. The big event of the year for our class 
was Freshman Reception put on by the seniors. 

The next year we entered the Sophomore Class much more acquainted with Burgy High. We were ably led by 
Ronald Packard, President; Margaret Snow, Vice President; Alice Hathaway, Secretary; Charles Sears, Treasurer; 
and Viola McPherson, Historian. We had no special class project that year, but we entered into all the school 
activities. 

In 1956 we occupied room number 2, the junior room. At our first class meeting of the year we elected of- 
ficers. They were Charles Sears, resident; Sandra Kmit, Vice President; Alice Hathaway, Secretary; Margaret 
Snow, Treasurer; and Elinor Leonard, Historian. Our big project of the year was the Junior Prom which we based on 
the theme of "Harbor Lights." Sandra Kmit represented our class in the Queen's Court. We also helped put on a 
Christmas Dance which was a high school project. We all looked forward to our senior year. 

Suddenly in 1957 we were seniors. There had been many changes since our freshman year. Our class now 
consisted of seventeen boys and girls. Since this was our last year, we attacked our studies with new vigor. Senior 
officers were President, Ronald Packard; Vice President, Charles Sears; Secretary, Alice Hathaway; Treasurer, 
Margaret Snow; and Historian, Elinor Leonard. 

This year we in our turn gave the freshmen a reception. Our theme was "Freshmen Are Funny." During the 
Christmas holidays we had a Christmas Prom. Viola McPherson as head of the Decorations Committee will long 
be remembered for the way in which our gym was changed from its present aspect to the time of a Christmas long 
ago. We also had a fund-raising project for the Senior Class. In years to come when you see the sporty green and 
white hats at basketball games, remember us! 

And now, only too soon for many of us, but enriched by friendships we have made, we shall be hearing the bell 
that brought us together disperse us for the last time. 

Elinor Leonard 



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Prophecy of the Class of 1958 

On a cold, wintry Saturday in February 1968, I was skiing at Mad River Glen in dreamy six inch powder. As I 
came schussing down the slope, I happened to glance to my left. There, resting at a precarious point, was an 
engineer sighting through his telescope down the slope. Since this is unusual on a ski slope, I stopped to look over 
his job. His sunburned face turned, and I almost lost my senses for it was Raymond Gingras. He had always wanted 
to be an engineer, but from his high school days he had slimmed down so much that I didn't recognize him. 

"Hi, Ray," I said, amiably. 

"Hi" he returned. 

Evidently he didn't recognize me in my ski togs, so I had to tell him who I was. After he got over his shock, he 
told me that he was planning some new trails for the area. 

Then he called up his assistant. Immediately I recognized Freeman Sears, another classmate. When Ray and 
Freeman had gotten over the hump of engineering school they decided to go into surveying together. 

They were about through their surveying so we decided to go down to the ski lodge and talk over old times at 
Burgy High. After we were seated, I could hold my curiosity no longer. 

"Where's Charlie Sears now?" I asked? 

"He's got a good job out at Ford Motor Company as an engineer," replied Ray. Charlie always loved Fords, and 
now he's helping them build hetter ones for the future. 

Freeman then spoke up. "I saw Margaret Snow the other day, down in New York City, while I was there on 
business. She's working for an airline company as a secretary booking flights and is happily married to an execu- 
tive there. She told me that she sees Viola MacPherson quite often because she designs clothing and has to fly all 
around the country. She likes her work very much." 

"Ray, what did you say heppened to Suzanne Graves?" drawled Freeman grinning. 

"Well," said Ray slowly, "my wife went to a hairdresser Tuesday, and it turned out that Suzanne and Kathleen 
Dansereau were there, too. You know women when they get in a hair dressing shop ! Between the three of them, I 
think that everything was talked over that is worthwhile to talk about. Suzanne is still searching for her prince, 
but on the side she has a job at the Chevy garage as a secretary. It seems that Kathleen works there, too. They 
both wanted to be successful secretaries in high school. Kathleen was about to pay the hairdresser her fee when she 
recognized Betty Boisvert. Betty had gone to hairdressing school along with Alice Hathaway, but Betty decided she 
would rather work for someone else than to open her own shop as Alice did. I hear that Alice is doing well in her 
business as well as in married life." 

"Say, Ray," I interrupted, "I hear you and Freeman helped in the planning of that new school down in Sputnik- 
ville." "Yes, we did, and its quite a coincidence, for you'll never guess who's teaching there now -Terry Smith 
and Sandra Kmit. 

In Burgy High they wanted to be teachers, and I guess they succeeded because Sandra is teaching English courses 
in the high school, and Terry enjoys her fourth grade class. 

Elinor Leonard has a good future in her job. She works there too, as secretary for the superintendent. 

Our coffee was downed, and as I left the lodge I began to wonder what happened to the rest of the class. 

I wondered if Jack Rice was still in the service because he wasn't sure what he was going to do when he got out 
of school. He wanted to work out-of-doors as Ralman did, but Ralman was graduated from Stockbridge and has 
become a successful scientific farmer in Williamsburg; that I knew. 

I decided I had had enough skiing for the weekend. Then my wife came down from the slopes, and I was dis- 
cussing what had happened in the past few minutes with her. 

She asked, "Did you discuss everyone in your class?" 

"Gee," I returned, "I don't think so. Let's see, there was, oh, yes -Mary Vayda, who got married after high 
school and moved to Pennsylvania where her husband was employed." 

"Wasn't Willard Payne in your class, too?" she asked. 

"Yes," I returned, "He was planning to go into electronics. His plans were quite definite when he was in school. 
I hope he made good. I haven't heard from him since." 

Then we were pulling into our small driveway. As we came to a halt I thought to myself, "What a wonderful 
day! And now I must get a good nights sleep to be ready for my week's work as Sales Manager for North American 
Space Ship Corporation." 

Ronald Packard 



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Faculty 




Mr. Houle 




Mr. Tonet 




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Mr. Simm 




Mrs. McKusick 




Mrs. Grinnell 




Mr. Branch 




Mrs. Thomas 



Mrs. Belck 



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Underclassmen 



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Juniors 




FIRST ROW: Larry Ames, Harry Williston, Marian Gagnon, Andrea Culver, Brian King, Esther Snow, Steven 
Thayer, Kathy LaValle. SECOND ROW: Larry Stout, Ronny Low, Joseph Gagne, Frank Kuschka, John Judd, 
Paul Webb, Walter Wittshirk, Richard Roberge, Otis Sears, Glenn Richardson. THIRD ROW: Diane Doggart, 
Irene Timmermann, Carol Smith, Martha Hinton, Emilianna McCoy, Judith Breguet, Patricia Money, Bethany 
Hemenway, Charlotte Parker, Dorcas Houle. 



We're upper classmen now and much sooner than we expected. The time 
has flown thanks to our class comedians Dick and Larry. Our class officers 
are: President, Brian King; Vice-President, Steven Thayer; Treasurer, Andrea 
Culver; Secretary, Esther Snow; Historian, Marian Gagnon. 

Although we haven't sponsored any activities to date, we are looking for- 
ward to the prom which we hope to make the best ever. 



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Sophomores 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Albert Mosher, Martha Money, Kathleen Walsh, Sue Senecal, Barbara Pollen, 
John Munroe, Marilyn Boucher, Patrick Moynahan. SECOND ROW: Reed Boisjolie, Stanley Gromelski, 
David Healy, Robert Mason, Edward O'Brien, Richard Ames, Russell Damon, Wilfred Samson, Richard Witt- 
shirk, Richard Tetrault, William Munroe, William McAvoy. THIRD ROW: Virginia Johnson, Judith Hilliker, 
Linda Morton, Joan Robbins, Betty Sherk, Patricia Lyons, Jean Breguet, Nancy Dufresne, Paulette LaPalm, 
Beverly Ramstrom, Pearl Adams, Diana Damon. 



Feeling that their adoption into our high school was complete, the class of 
'60 returned in September with much enthusiasm. We elected our class of- 
ficers as follows: President, Barbara Pollen; Vice-President, Bing Munroe; 
Treasurer, Sue Senecal; Secretary, Kathy Walsh; and Historian, Marilyn 
Boucher. 

Our class was kept busy participating in school activities. In order to in- 
crease our class treasury, we decided to hold a food sale. We raised over one 
hundred dollars and contributed half of it to the Library Club fund. 

We are all looking forward to our junior year and hope by that time, know- 
ing Mr. Branch's red hair, that we will have tamed Tim Mosher. 



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Freshmen 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Donna Hurd, Helen Symons, William Ames, Nancy Braman, Charles Kellogg, Susan 
Clark, David Braman, Laura Barrus. SECOND ROW: Donna Elmes, Gertrude Heath, David Webb, Ralph Healy, 
John Curtis, Joel Howes, Thomas Harter, Ralph Moran, Bernard Beattie, Dorothy Colson, Cynthia Kellogg, 
Mary Nietsche, Lucinda Lyman. THIRD ROW: Carol Hathaway, Claudia Blanchet, Kenneth Sherk, David Low, 
Douglas Kellogg, David Aloisi, Nicholas Warren, Craig Haskell, Frederick Hayden, Daniel Dunlevy, Peter 
Batura, George Wright, Alan Doggart. FOURTH ROW: Patricia King, Linda Beals, Judy Ring, Dorothy Smith, 
Mary Richardson. 



We.theclass of 1961, started school with high hopes, we learned about a 
nasty little thing called 'Freshman Reception,' which no one had ever heard 
of before. But in spite of all the foreboding ideas and talk, it did not prove too 
terrifying. 

After this, we found that we had very many things to learn. Not the least 
of these was the art of going through crowded halls and learning how to worm 
our way to the front of the line going over to lunch. 

Our class has been fairly slow getting started, but we did manage to elect 
class officers. They are as follows: President, Charles Kellogg; Vice Presi- 
dent, William Ames; Secretary , Susan Clark; Treasurer, David Braman; 
Historian, Nancy Braman. 

Also there are water pistol duels and other quite odd things, but they have 
been cut out by the censor. 



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We Edit Our Annual 




LEFT to RIGHT: Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Grinnell, Carol Smith, Paul Webb, Bethany Hemenway, Brian King, 
Marian Gagnon, Ronald Packard, Andrea Culver, Emilianna McCoy, Ralman Black, Margaret Snow, Sandra 
Kmit, Terry Smith, Esther Snow, Eleanor Leonard, Suzanne Graves, Katherine LaValle. 



Through the hard work of our Tattler Staff and advisors, Mrs. Marie Thomas and Mrs. Frances Grin- 
nell, we are proud to have our yearbook printed for graduation. 

We would like to acknowledge thehelp of Ronald Packard, who spent endless hours and untiring ef- 
fort helping to collect the ads, and setting-up the pages. Sandra Kmit contributed much of her time 
as typist for the business staff. The business staff consisted of Ronny Packard, Charles Sears, Margaret 
Snow, Suzanne Graves, Sandra Kmit, Esther Snow, Kathy LaValle, Emliana McCoy, Terry Smith. They 
spent long hours collecting the ads. The artistic division pages were designed by Marion Gagnon with 
assistance from Brian King, Bethany Hemenway, and Carol Smith. 

The majority of the candid shots were taken by Ralmon Black and Charlotte Parker. We appreciate 
the work done by Sandra Kmit, Betty Boisvert, Kathleen Dansereau, Terry Smith, and Patricia Morrey as 
typists for the yearbook. Other members of the staff spent long hours of writing and rewriting material. 

These groups include just a few of the people who gave their time and talents to the yearbook and 
who, together with every person on the staff, made the publishing of the Tattler possible. 

Alice Hathaway, Editor in Chief 
Andrea Culver, Assistant Editor 



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Library Club 




LEFT to RIGHT: Irene Timmermann, Donna Hurd, Dorcas Houle, Mrs. Thomas, David Healy, Martha Hinton, 
Ronald Packard, Reed Boisjolie, Mary Nietsche, Helen Symons, Lucinda Lyman, Kenneth Sherk. 

The Library Club was organized to improve the school library. Our aim is to catalog the books al- 
ready in the library and to add as many new books as possible. This year the members have been 
meeting after school on Tuesdays to make out cards for the books. The officers are Martha Hinton, 
President; Betty Sherk, Vice-President; Barbara Pollen, Secretary; and Ronny Packard, Treasurer. 



Science Club 



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BOARD of DIRECTORS, Left to Right: Ralmon Black, Carol Smith, Nicholas Warren, Mrs. Belck, John Munroe, 
Harry Williston. 

This year the Science Club got off to a slow start because of lack of time for the trips and lack of 
money. Only one hike was made during the fall. Several trips were planned for the spring including 
the trip to Boston for the state science fair for those entering projects in ours. 



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Pro-Merito 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Brian King, Andrea Culver, Steven Thayer, Alice Hathaway, Marian Gagnon, Carol 
Smith, Charlotte Parker. SECOND ROW: Freeman Sears, Ronald Packard, Paul Webb, Larry Ames, Sandra 
Kmit, Martha Hinton. ABSENT: Charles Sears. 

The members of Pro Merito for the year 1957-58 are as follows. In the class of 1958 the members 
are Freshman Sears, Ronald Packard, Alice Hathaway, Sandra Kmit, and Charles Sears. 

The members from the class of 1959 are Brian King, Andrea Culver, Paul Webb, Larry Ames, 
Stephen Thayer, Marian Gagnon, Martha Hinton, and Carol Smith. 

The entire membership attended the meeting of the Pro Merito Society of Western Massachusetts. 



Debating 




LEFT to RIGHT: Helen Symons, Patricia Lyons, Jean Breguet, Mr. Simm, Alan Moran, Ralph Healy, Daniel 
Dunlevy, Kenneth Sherk. 



The debating team had a fairly successful year. We lost several debates, but we gained valuable 
experience doing so. Most of us were pretty scared at our first debate since all but two were freshmen. 
We attended the tournaments at Northampton, Westfield. and South Hadley. 

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The Music Dept. of Williamsburg High School 




BACK ROW, Left to Right: Dorcas Houle, Charlotte Parker, Nancy Dufresne, Lucinda Lyman, Marian Gagnon, 
Terry Smith, Sandy Kmit, Mary Ann Nietsche, Irene Timmerman, Margaret Snow, Suzanne Graves, Donna 
Hurd. MEDDLE ROW: Betty Boisvert, Bill McAvoy, Bill Monroe, Freddy Hayden, Joel Howes, David Braman, 
Thomas Harter, Billy Ames, Willard Paine, Brian King, Nicky Warren, Charles Kellogg, George Wright, Alan 
Doggart. FRONT ROW: Kathleen Dansereau, Patricia Lyons, Kathy Walsh, Mary Jean Breguet, Judy Breguet, 
Susan Senecal, Elinor Leanard, Alice Hathaway, Viola McPherson, Andrea Culver, and Betty Sherk. 



Miss Olive Healy - Music Supervisor 

The Glee Club has had a successful year. As in 1956-57, the girls met Monday morning, the boys, 
Friday mornings, and the mixed group on Thursdays. We sang in the Spring Concert in April. The 
year was high -lighted by the Western Massachusetts Music Festival in Easthampton where the Glee Club 
was judged, as were glee clubs from other towns. We finished the year's program by singing in the 
graduation exercises. 

During the year the membership of the orchestra increased. We started the year with six players. 
Then Joel House, a clarinetist, and Jon Kmit, a percussionist, joined. 

Although the orchestra did not participate in graduation, it was featured in the Spring Concert. 




BACK ROW, Left to Right: Nicky Warren, Bing Monroe, Joel Howes, and Miss Healy. FRONT ROW: Jon 
Kmit, Kenneth Sherk, Beverly Ramstrom, Betty Sherk, and Marjorie Sherk. 

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Margaret Snow 
Suzanne Graves 
Charles Sears 
Brian King 



Dramatics Club 



We thank last year's seniors for leaving us money to form a Dramatics Club. The officers chosen for the 
club were: President, Charles Sears; Vice-President, Suzanne Graves; Secretary, Margaret Snow; Treasurer, 
Brian King. With the help of our advisors, Mrs. Belck and Mr. Simm, we presented a play in the Anne T. 
Dunphy School Auditorium on May 2 and 3. 




BACK ROW, Left to Right: Joseph Gagne, Timo Moynahan, Steven Thayer, David Healey, Stanley Gromel- 
ski, William McAvoy, Richard Tetro, Peter Batura. SECOND ROW: Mr. Falcone, Patricia Morrey, Frances 
Sroczyk, Irene Timmerman, Dorcas Houle, John Judd, Richard Roberge, Larry Stout, Walter Whittshirk, Emli- 
ana McCoy, Andrea Culver, Carol Smith, Elinor Leonard, Mr. Tonet. FIRST ROW: Katherine Sroczyk, 
Marilyn Boucher, Nancy Dufresne, Bethany Hemenway, Judy Breguet, Esther Snow, Kathy LaValle, Charlotte 
Parker, and Joan Robins. 



Drivers Education 



Thirty-seven shaky, but determined would-be drivers joined the driver education class this year. We are 
all looking forward to receiving our licenses. In class we learned that driving not only involves control of the 
car, but also control of the driver's temper, courteous manners, and good sense. 

A climax in our year of training was the assembly in which Harry Williston and Suzanne Graves reported 
what they had discussed at the Western Massachusetts High School Student Traffic Safety Conference at 
Smith's School on November 8. Frank Lucier of the Northampton Police Department spoke, and he showed 
a moving picture on courtesy and "chain- reaction" while driving. At the end of the program, Mr. Tonet 
asked us to sign pledges to "Hitch Horse -Sense to Horse-Power," which many of us did. We are sure this 
pledge will help lower the number of teen-aged reckless drivers, accidents, and even disasters. 



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LEFT to RIGHT: Kathy LaValle, 
Susan Senecal, Charlotte Parker, 
Nancy Dufresne, Marian Gagnon, 
Sandra Kmit, Terry Smith, and 
Elinor Leonard. 



Cheerleaders 



The cheerleaders were led this season by Elinor Leonard and Sandra Kmit, Co -captains. Other mem- 
bers were Terry Smith, Kathy LaValle, Marian Gagnon, Charlotte Parker, Susan Senecal, and Nancy 
Dufresne. We were very fortunate to have Marilyn Boucher as a substitute. By running a record hop and 
by putting in some money ourselves, we were able to purchase new uniforms. 

Three senior cheerleaders will graduate this year, and we hope that those who take our places will 
enjoy themselves as much as we did. 



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Girls' Basketball 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Andrea Culver, Esther Snow, Mary Vayda, Alice Hathaway, Margaret Snow, 
Suzanne Graves. SECOND ROW: Manager, Martha Morrey, Judith Breguet, Diana Damon, Betty Sherk; 
Coach, Mrs. Kmit. 



Again this year under the able leadership of Mrs. Kmit as coach and the untiring ef- 
fort and much time of Paulette LaPalm and Martha Morrey, as managers, the team 
enjoyed a very successful season. 

The team finished with a fine reward of seven wins and two losses, having lost one 
of the games by forfeit to Sanderson, because of an injury to one of our forwards, 
Suzanne Graves, and the other to a strong Alumnae team. 

Graduation will take Mary Vayda, Alice Hathaway, Suzanne Graves, and Margaret 
Snow from the team. 

These graduating players wish Mrs. Kmit much luck in the next season and thank 
her for her time and leadership as coach. 



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Honest, I didn't do it! ! 




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isburg 


44 


Sanderson 


30 


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37 


Charlemont 


30 


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32 


New Salem 


27 




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35 


New Salem 


19 


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41 


Dickinson Hosp. 


38 


ii 




28 


Easthampton 


17 


ii 




28 


Charlemont 


16 


ii 




19 


Alumni 


32 



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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Brian King, Steven Thayer, Charles Sears, Ron Packard, Tim Moynahan. SECOND 
ROW: Stanley Gromelski, Larry Ames, John Judd, Glen Richardson. 



Boys' Basketball 



The seasons of 1957-58 found a Williamsburg High School basketball team enjoying a successful season 
winning 14 of 21 games. 

Inexperience, injuries, and bad breaks definitely hampered the Dragons in their attempt for a third 
c^.::-'cutive Franklin League title as they lost several important games by only a few points. However, a 
well drilled starting lineup of co-captains Packard and Sears, King, Thayer, and Moynahan displayed fine 
basketball and were rewarded by sterling victories in key games such as St. Michael's, Chester, and 
arch -rival Charlemont. 

Even in defeat, the team displayed a fine brand of basketball and always exhibited a keen sense of 
sportsmanship. Tnc offensive ability of Packard, the excellent defensive play and rebounding by Sears, 
the ball handling of King, and the hard scrappy play by Thayer and Moynahan are truly deserving of 
mention. Of course the reserves responded well whenever they were called upon to spell the regulars. 
Some show definite promise for next year. 

This season the team again participated in the 15th Annual Tri-State Small School Tourney and gained 
the final round of the consolation flight in which Wilmington (Vt.) was decisively defeated 69-31. 

With graduation claiming Ron Packard and Charlie Sears, it is hoped that the remaining squad mem- 
bers and a few promising junior varsity players will combine to produce another winning season next 
year. 

Ron Packard climaxed a fine career on the hard wood by his selection to the All-Western Mass. Small 
School Honor Roll. 

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41 


26 


St. Michael's 


50 


42 


at Pioneer Regional 


28 


32 


Alumni 


49 


37 


at Hardwick 


cancelled 


at Belchertown 


41 


44 


Sanderson 


54 


24 


at Charlemont 


57 


58 


Chester 


48 


39 


Pioneer Regional 


24 


25 


New Salem 


60 


44 


at Chicopee Vocational 


53 


42 


at Sanderson 


47 


24 


Belchertown 


43 


47 


at Clarke School 


57 


29 


at St. Michael's 


49 


71 


Chicopee Vocational 


cancelled 


at New Salem 


63 


47 


Charlemont 


42 


40 


at Huntington 


58 


47 


Excluding Alumni 


14 


7 


Tri -State Tourney: 






Hinsdale (N.H.) 


40 


48 


Clarke 


52 


33 


Sanderson 


47 


21 


Wilmington (Vt.) 


69 


31 


(Consolation Winner) 


Burgy 


Opp. 





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Individual Basketball Scores 



* 21 games 






Foul 


Total 


Personal 


Time 


PLAYER 


BASKETS 


FOULS 


ATTEMPTS 


POINTS 


FOULS 


PLAYED 


Packard 


152 


78 


118 


382 


67 


588 


Sears 


102 


31 


64 


235 


33 


586 


King 


67 


25 


44 


159 


22 


465 


Thayer 


28 


18 


42 


74 


48 


506 


Moynahan 


24 


8 


26 


56 


37 


480 


Judd 


12 


11 


24 


35 


18 


158 


Graves 


9 


14 


24 


32 


19 


294 


Webb 


10 


4 


10 


24 


6 


157 


Richardson 


5 


7 


8 


17 


7 


57 


Gromelski 


1 


2 


4 


4 


11 


28 


Ames 


2 





2 


4 


12 


25 


Boisjolie 





2 


2 


2 





11 


Dunlevy 





1 


2 

55% 


1 





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Team 


391 


201 


368 


1021 






Opponent 


322 


170 


351 
48% 


814 






♦excluding 


Alumni game 


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Lost 7 









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Alumni Notes 



Class of '57: Betty Beals was capped in February at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. . .Don Liimatainen 
entered the Air Force. . June Allen Braman is at home. . .Walter Boucher has joined the Navy. . .Sammy 
Bowker is taking a Business Administrative course at the University of Massachusetts. . .David Breguet is 
working at Foster-Farrar in Northampton. . .Beverly Brooks is working at the Unemployment Office in 
Northampton. . .Cornelia DeNood is studying at Radcliff. . .Sylvia Ferron, Jean Watling, and Nancy Wells 
are all working at the Prophylactic Brush Company. . John Merritt is at Amherst College. . .Patricia 
Moynahan is at Mercy Hospital in Springfield. . .Alison Lupien is in the Naval Reserve. . .David Smith is 
at Holyoke Junior College. . .Frances Vayda has finished her hairdressing course, and is now employed 
in Longmeadow. . .Rudolph Wittshirk is taking the Journalism Course at the University of Massachusetts. . . 
Jan Samson is a bookkeeper at Northampton National Bank. . .Henrietta Ronka is at Northampton Com- 
mercial College. 

Class of '56: Russell Bancroft, Philip Bowie, and Russell Leanard are studying at the University of 
Massachusetts. . .Diane Besner is at Springfield College. . Joan Braman is now Mrs. Donald Baldwin. . . 
Rolfe Bryant is married to Valerie Beaupre. . John Dymerski was married in Denver, Colorado recently 
. . .Patricia Gorham is now Mrs. Vernon Loud. . Janet Higgins is married. . .Eugene Kolosewicz is in the 
Army. . Joe Moynahan is studying at Monson Academy. . .Leona Shumway is studying nursing in Hartford 
. . .Richard Braman has been discharged from the Army and is now employed at the Gulf Station in 
Northampton. . .Ann Sullivan is Mrs. Roger Graves and is secretary to our principal, Mr. Houle. 

Class of '55: Beverly Richardson is married. . .Donna Shumway is in the Navy, but will soon be 
married. . .Alison Sharpe is at Springfield College. . .Larry Sherk is at Haverford College in Pennsyl- 
vania. . Janet Vayda is married. 

Class of '54: Sondra Black Snow has spent much time with her husband in Bermuda. . Janice Richard- 
son Schechterle has been working as a bookkeeper at Kendale Mills in Holyoke. . .Connie Packard is in 
the Reservations Department with American Airlines in New York City. 

Class of '53: Mary Graves Doyle lives in Holyoke and is working in a nursing home. 

Class of '52: Elson Hathaway is now stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. 

Class of '51: Joyce Colson is in Germany with her husband and four sons. Her husband, a sergeant 1st 
class, is stationed at Munich. . .Earl Richardson is with Kollmorgan in Northampton. 

Some of our most distinguished graduates are Clifford Loomis, '20 who is the head of the music de- 
partment at Sullins College in Bristol, Virginia; Chester Jorgenson, president of South End Bank in Hart- 
ford; Bartley Gordon, '23 who has served in diplomatic service all over the world, was once our repre- 
sentative to Canada, and is now stationed in Washington; Clara Hawks, a former librarian at the Library 
of Congress at Washington, D.C.; and Mrs. Hazel Alexander Damon, former librarian for Dartmouth 
College and at Forbes Library in Northampton. 



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1958 



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